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This Week in Chicago: April 13-19

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Hope your weekend was filled with outdoor activities – shopping, running, and al fresco brunching all qualify!  Take a peek and see what’s going on this week in Chicago.


Geja’s Cafe invites guests to enjoy a lavish four-course dinner paired with world-class wines from the Fess Parker Winery. Tickets are $55 per person. Call Geja’s Café to make a reservation. Geja’s is located at 340 West Armitage Ave.

Photo Courtesy of Fess Parker Vineyards


The work out sensation SoulCycle is opening its first Chicago location at 1225 North Wells Street in Old Town. See what all the hype is about and head to SoulCycle for a pre-brunch workout.

Photo courtesy of Soul Cycle


Check out the newest restaurant from the guys behind Pearl Tavern: Heating and Cooling, located in Wrigelyville. They are known for their creative pizzas and live music. Grab a bite with the girls, and cheers to fact that you’re halfway to Friday!

Photo Courtesy of Heating and Cooling


Calling all Hollandaise lovers…April 16 is National Eggs Benedict Day. Our friends at Yolk serve breakfast daily and offer more than 5 varieties of Eggs Benedict. Check out their menu, or visit their website to find Chicago location closest to you.


We haven’t forgotten about you, White Sox fans. Even though it’s a night game on Friday, stop by Nana’s Organic for brunch and redefine “pregame”.  Nana’s is located at 3267 South Halstead Street. Breakfast is served daily, while brunch is served from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. on weekends.


Spring menus are popping up everywhere. Birchwood Kitchen’s newest item, roasted asparagus toast with prosciutto, asiago frico, and a poached duck egg is calling our name. Brunch is served Saturday and Sunday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Birchwood Kitchen is located at 2211 West North Avenue. Brunch is BYOB and patio equip!

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Ready for an evening of dining and endless delights featuring interactive circus performances and a special four-course dinner prepared by Rick Bayless, with live music by Lowdown Brass Band? Head to the Millennium Park Pritzker Stage, located at 201 E Randolph St. Tickets are $500 and can be purchased here.

Photo Courtesy of Rick Bayless

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